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To leak fluid from, as in a breast implant
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It would be ironic - and delicious, for many - to see the great Patriot dynasty brought down by something as insignificant as a deflated football.
When we apply this method of deflating the loan balance with the relevant asset price for mortgage loans, we indeed find that the output index based on the number of mortgage loans closely tracks the index based on the loan balance deflated by a house price index compiled by the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
To our knowledge, the first suggestion of an augmented Krylov space method that included both the deflation of the matrix and the corresponding projection of the initial residual came from Nicolaides [48], who submitted on May 13, 1985, such a deflated CG algorithms based on the three-term recursions for iterates and residuals.
We are a bit deflated but if we win the next two games, both at home against Bolton and Stoke, it will look like a decent point.
To avoid this hazard, it is recommended that the distance travelled and maximum speed on the deflated run flat tyre should be reduced.
Dan wondered about that last trick: Would a ball with less air have deflated his home team's chances of scoring a field goal?
The deflated tire drops onto its contact patch, which means a Pax System tire loses only about 25% of its cornering power and can be driven up to 125 miles at 55 mph.
Fame Academy winner David Sneddon (pictured right) was left feeling let down after pranksters deflated the tyres on his car, it emerged yesterday.
Electricity and the collapse of manufacturing industry deflated the Victorian city, while site values inflated.
It can be quickly deflated for CPR and will maintain its inflation during a power failure.
The controversial theory purporting that AIDS spread to people from oral polio vaccine in Africa in the late 1950s has been deflated.